Hitters (2002)

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Movie Info

War is brewing between rival crime families and caught in the middle is Tony Civiano (Costas Mandylor). Pulled in one direction by his mob family ties, and in the other by his desire to be a modern day civic leader and business owner, it seems that Tony has a choice between informing for the police and giving up his life for the mob-but Tony isn't on either side, he is on his own.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Cast

Carol Alt
as Marie
Frank Stallone
as Spilotri
Joe Ricci
as Rocco
Frank D'Amico
as Tommy Crapisi
Craig Vincent
as Joey Crapisi
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Audience Reviews for Hitters

If you can actually watch this whole movie you might be insane or just not human. The cinemetography is terrible; there is a glare on the camera in every scene with daylight. Seriously, the quality makes it look like a home video. Some characters have half their faces covered by the sun's glare, or the sun was reflecting off a car in the street and right into the camera at one point. I get up and move when the sun is glaring off a car into my face, do you really want to watch that? The dialogue is horrid. It's the first time I've watched a movie and wanted to not listen to anything any of the characters had to say. I couldn't make it past the first 15 minutes and I couldn't tell you anything about the story. It's just that boring, and that's the first 15 minutes! From what I saw, nothing in this movie merits any kind of praise. I remember reading something off the back of the box about a laundromat. A laundromat, are they kidding? By that point I just didn't even care. And apparently, the people who made the film didn't care either. Worst movie ever made.

Luke Fox
Luke Fox

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